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President Obama picks Michigan State to Win Men's Tournament, UConn to Win Women's Tournament

SI.com Wednesday, 14 March 2018
President Obama picks Michigan State to Win Men's Tournament, UConn to Win Women's TournamentHere are President Barack Obama's NCAA tournament picks.
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The 2018 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament begins on Tuesday and we're taking a look at the productivity drop during March Madness. Every year, companies lose about $6.3 billion in lost wages with 70 million brackets filled out each year. Last year, $10.4 million was wagered on games.

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